Due to the coronavirus pandemic, millions of people worldwide now spend most of their time indoors. If you’ve been working from home or attending classes remotely, you must have observed how staring at your computer for long periods causes a wide range of discomfort. Your eyes twitch, and your vision becomes blurry. You also experience red, dry, itchy eyes, headaches, and even neck and shoulder pain. All of these unwanted symptoms indicate digital eyestrain.
For those of us who wear glasses, they quickly become such an integral part of our lives that we give them very little thought unless we are taking them off, putting them back on, or visiting our eye doctor for an exam. We also subconsciously touch them a lot during the day, adjusting them to that they sit comfortably on our faces. It is here that there is the potential for us to transfer any bacteria on our hands onto our glasses and face. Here’s our guide to how to properly sanitize your glasses.
The very first soft contact lenses were developed in 1971, but since then, their design has continued to evolve. Not only are they now available in different materials with different qualities, but they are also designed for different periods of wear. Two of the most popular are monthly and daily contacts. How do you decide between them? Let’s compare them to see which is most likely to suit your needs.